Verizon has approached me with an offer to pay $/ft to lay fiber optics on my land to reach their cell tower that is currently leased on my neighbor's property adjacent to mine. The estimated distance to use is about 1000 ft.
I want to negotiate a monthly reimbursement structure similar to a cell tower lease agreement. Is there precedent for this type of compensation or does the use of my land solely for running fiber optics only warrant a one-time compensation fee?
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